Ahead of the Euro 2016 soccer championship in France, the US has warned its citizens of possible terrorist attacks at the event. How seriously should the warning be taken, and how has it been received by European nations? Is France truly prepared to handle an event at which a total of 2.5 million spectators are expected to attend over the course of the tournament? How should nations balance the public desire for such events against security risks? Join us for a chat with Professor Joav Toker from the American Graduate School in Paris; and in Washington DC, Mr. Philip Crowley, former United States Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs.
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